CEDAR CITY, UTAH — The Mogharebi Group (TMG) has arranged the sale of a 156-room select-service hotel portfolio in Cedar City, located in the southwest portion of the state. A Utah-based private investor sold the portfolio to an undisclosed seller for $8.9 million. The portfolio consists of a 106-room Quality Inn, located at 250 N. 1100 West, and a 50-room America’s Best Value Inn, located at 333 N. 1100 West. Built in 1984 and renovated in 2014, the Quality Inn comprises two-story buildings on three parcels totaling 2 acres. The hotel features a fitness center, indoor heated swimming pool and business center. The America’s Best Value Inn comprises a two-story building on 1.7 acres with an outdoor swimming pool and indoor corridors. Adam Gatto of TMG, along with Kip Paul of Cushman & Wakefield, represented the seller in the deal.
LEHI, UTAH, AND HENDERSON, NEV. — Boise, Idaho-based Braintree Group has acquired three hotel properties adding a total of 330 rooms to its hospitality portfolio. Resolute Road Hospitality, a national third-party management company, will manage all three assets. The properties are the Courtyard by Marriott Lehi at Thanksgiving Point and the SpringHill Suites by Marriott Lehi at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi and the Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas/Henderson in Henderson. Opened in 2014, the four-story, 97-room Courtyard by Marriott Lehi at Thanksgiving Point features an indoor swimming pool, hot tub, fitness center, business center and bistro. The four-story, 94-room SpringHill Suites by Marriott Thanksgiving Point, which opened in 2008, offers a complimentary breakfast, indoor pool, hot tub, fitness center, business center, meeting rooms, guest laundry and an outdoor barbecue area. Renovated in 2020, the three-story, 139-key Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas/Henderson features an outdoor pool, business center, fitness center, meeting rooms and the Garden Grille & Bar.
LEHI, UTAH — JLL Capital Markets has arranged the sale of Mountain Point Medical Center, a Class A medical office building in Lehi. An affiliate of The Inland Real Estate Group of Cos. sold the asset to an affiliate of Heitman LLC for an undisclosed price. The three-story, 60,000-square-foot outpatient medical building is fully leased to Centura Health through its recent acquisition of Steward Health Care’s ownership interest in its Utah healthcare operations. Tenants include a variety of medical specialities, such as orthopedics, general surgery, radiology, women’s health and ENT. Mindy Berman, Matt DiCesare and Vasili Davos of JLL Medical Properties Group, along with Phil Brierley and Cole Macadaeg of JLL’s Salt Lake City office, represented the seller and procured the buyer.
WASHINGTON, UTAH — Gantry has arranged a $15.2 million loan for the acquisition of Cotton Mill II, a retail center located in Washington, a suburb of St. George. Situated on 18.2 acres, the property comprises a shopping center and two outparcel ground leases totaling 165,000 square feet, with an additional pad that has capacity for a 15,000-square-foot multi-tenant inline building. Tenants at the center include Kohl’s, Natural Grocers, Ross Dress For Less, JOANN Fabrics, Dollar Tree, Red Robin and Cache Valley Bank. Tony Kaufmann and Erinn Cooke of Gantry secured the 30-year financing through a life insurance company on behalf of the undisclosed borrower.
SALT LAKE CITY — Workbox, a member-driven coworking company, is set to open its first location outside of the Midwest in Salt Lake City. The new coworking space will be in the historic Orpheum Theater, which formerly served as a CommonGrounds Workplace location. Workbox offers shared kitchen spaces, private conference rooms and programming events.
MIDVALE, UTAH — Peak Capital Partners has purchased Park Station from Benedict Canyon Equities for an undisclosed price. Park Station is a 96-unit apartment community in Midvale, 12 miles south of downtown Salt Lake City. The property was constructed in 1974 and offers one- and two-bedroom floor plans. Amenities include a children’s playground, laundry facilities and covered parking. Brock Zylstra and Danny Shin of Institutional Property Advisors represented the seller and procured the buyer.
SALT LAKE CITY — Patrinely has announced a licensing and management agreement with Common Desk, a Texas-based coworking company. Common Desk will oversee a 31,828-square-foot coworking space at 650 Main, a new 10-story, Class A office and retail development at the corner of Main Street and 600 South in downtown Salt Lake City. This partnership marks the third location jointly established by Patrinely and Common Desk. The new space will provide users with a unique office environment that features amenities and abundant natural light. The property has obtained LEED Gold certification. CBRE’s Nadia Letey, Roman Bernardo and Dennis Tarro handle the office leasing assignment for 650 Main.
SALT LAKE CITY — CBRE has arranged leases for four new tenants at a 22-story, Class A office building in Salt Lake City. The building is located at 222 South Main St. and is now fully occupied. The new tenants include UMB Bank, global law firm Greenberg Traurig, CBRE itself and HKS Architects. CBRE’s Scott Wilmarth and Nadia Letey represented the landlord, KBS, in the lease transactions.
CEDAR CITY, UTAH — A private equity group has sold Storage General Cedar, a 456,758-square-foot storage facility in Cedar City, for an undisclosed sum. Featuring 2,133 units and 456,758 total net rentable square feet, Storage General Cedar is the largest self-storage asset in Utah, according to Marcus & Millichap, which brokered the sale. The facility features electronic gate access, drive-up units with roll-up doors, wide drive aisles, RV/boat/trailer storage and parking, commercial shops available for rent, online rentals and unit management. The LeClaire-Schlosser Group of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller via Jordan Farrer of the firm’s Salt Lake City office and Adam Schlosser of the firm’s Denver office. The buyer and price were not disclosed.
TAYLORSVILLE, UTAH — D.A. Davidson’s Special District Group, in partnership with Petros PACE Finance, has arranged $160 million in Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing for Summit Vista, Utah’s first life plan retirement community. Representing the largest C-PACE deal in history, according to the arrangers, the proceeds will be dedicated toward ongoing construction with a focus on enhancing the development’s energy efficiency, renewable energy and water efficiency. Owned in partnership with Gardner Group, Wasatch Group and Solamere Capital, Summit Vista offers a full continuum of care, including independent living, assisted living, memory care and comprehensive skilled nursing in conjunction with its affiliated healthcare campus. Upon full build-out, the community will feature nearly 1,600 units. Approximately 13 miles south of downtown Salt Lake City, Summit Vista is nestled in the fast-growing region of Taylorsville. It is centrally located near major transportation corridors, enabling connectivity to surrounding neighborhoods. C-PACE is a financing mechanism that allows property owners and developers to fund up to 100 percent of building retrofits and new construction to improve a building’s energy efficiency, renewable energy and water efficiency.